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    i guess its one way of keeping the car safe
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    don't they have bolt cutters in SA? lol

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    Few more lol...








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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Knox View Post
    don't they have bolt cutters in SA? lol
    You ever tried cutting through an Abloy padlock????

    Put it this way, we use them on the armoured tanks at our place and cutting through the armoured lock brace is like a knife through butter compared to getting through an Abloy...

    Guessing someone must make chain at the same quality...

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    There's got to be a weak point, if not the padlock, the chain or whatever it's chained to.
    When I first started fitting alarms to my vehicles, nearly 40 years ago in South London, a policeman told me all you can do is make it hard enough for them to go on to the next car, if they really want your car they'll find a way.

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    a good set of boltcuttters will cut any bolt.....you ever seen fire mans ones?? plus theres ones that are like 5ft tall!

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    Why is everyone being so damn serious about this It's a bit of fun.

    Very Mr Bean

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    indeed John - all far too serious - now wheres my can of freeze it and my toffee hammer

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke4487 View Post
    You ever tried cutting through an Abloy padlock????

    Put it this way, we use them on the armoured tanks at our place and cutting through the armoured lock brace is like a knife through butter compared to getting through an Abloy...

    Guessing someone must make chain at the same quality...
    lol I was gonna say, put the hardest padlock you can find on it, I'll cut the chain instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by john.robertson2 View Post
    Why is everyone being so damn serious about this It's a bit of fun.

    Very Mr Bean
    here here john
    Can a mod please move this thread to the bodywork and interior section ,
    these posts are far to serious to be in the comedy and humour section .
    Driving vauxhall,s for 30 + years
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